TULLAHOMA, Tenn. (AP) - A group of Tullahoma High School students enrolled in welding classes made bicycle racks for three local elementary schools.
The Tullahoma News reports (http://bit.ly/1zVoSg6) the schools needed the bicycle racks and they would have cost $400 each to purchase.
The Tullahoma High School Career and Technical Education welding classes were able to make all three racks for just $125 in materials. And the welding students got to hone their skills on a useful project.
Teacher Jeremy Amacher said the racks took a while to build as students worked at their own pace and finished them in steps. The students were excited to see the finished products come together. They delivered the racks to the schools just before the winter break.
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